Gardening Australia – Tino interviews Kate

Last year, Kate was contacted by the ABC to consider a visit by “Gardening Australia“.  Of course, Kate was keen to talk about one of her great passions and agreed to film a segment of the show on “Seed Saving”.

Tino Carnevale conducted the interview and, all in all, there was almost six hours work to produce a five minute segment on the show!  Tino is great to work with and seems to share many similar ideas to Kate.

filming the introduction to the show

filming the introduction to the show

If you get a chance to watch the show, we hope that you might be inspired to grow and save your own seeds too.

Here is a link to the ABC’s fact sheet which contains the transcript and video.  The show went to air on Saturday May 4, 2013.

You can read more about the visit of Gardening Australia here on Vegetable Vagabond.  Kate would like to thank again all her friends and members of SeedSaveUs who helped whip the garden into shape before the ABC’s visit.  You can also read about the SeedSaveUs hosted visits that have occurred around Cygnet over the last two years, on Vegetable Vagabond.

Kate has recently presented at Cygnet U3A on the topic of “User friendly garden design”.  The U3A here in Cygnet has a great range of programs and is sure to have something to interest you.

Kate also writes the monthly gardening guide in The Cygnet & Channel Classifieds.

Kate can provide assistance with garden planning and planting (before and after building) to ensure that you  have the right mix of plants in the right location.  Contact us here to discuss your requirements and how we can help you.

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